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A hotel manager has been sacked after launching a Fawlty Towers-style tirade on Trip Advisor.Virginia Giovanni lost her rag after guests slated The Georgian House in Glasgow, where rooms start at just £20 a night, the Daily Record reported.In it, the snobby and neurotic hotel owner harangued guests who dared to complain.The Georgian House’s owner Elizabeth Morris, who lives in Israel, confirmed Giovanni had been sacked for posting the comments and going AWOL over Christmas.Gordon Ramsay woke up on Saturday morning to a whirlwind of new material from his publicity machine, an operation every bit as slick as the global gastronomic empire over which he presides.
You pay little, you get little.” Read some of the replies for yourself below...It was the sort of behaviour Fawlty was famous for in the classic BBC sitcom Fawlty Towers.One man wrote on the website: “Arrived at to find nobody home and stood on the doorstep for an hour waiting for the manager to return.“Then given a twin room instead of the double booked. Get real.” The hotel is in a row of sandstone townhouses off Great Western Road in Glasgow’s west end.
A hotel spokesman said: “Basically, it was an errant member of staff.
The woman put the comments on, making out that she was the owner.